Great Scottish Swim 2016

This weekend sees 4 amazing people taking part in the Great Scottish Swim at Loch Lomond raising awareness and funds for FEAT. Good luck to Stuart, Rebecca and Eilidh Brodie and Kirsty Flanagan – hope the water isn’t too cold!!!


WOW, next few weeks are going to be hectic for us all at FEAT…writing cheques for research grants, showcasing what research has already been undertaken over the past year at our seminar, Swim for Sepsis at Loch Lomond, sending out thousands of leaflets across the Country and the Sepsis Bunny is going to hit great… Read more »

Wear your purple with Pride Day

What a day for sharing the knowledge….people from across Scotland, England and even as far as Croatia wore their FEAT tops today to help spread the word #stopsepsisnow. Here’s a selection of photos. Thank you all for supporting us today. World Sepsis Awareness Day is rapidly approaching and we shall be sharing very soon, what… Read more »

29th July Wear your Purple with Pride Day

Friday 29th July….date for your diary…wear your FEAT top wherever you are, whatever you’re doing. Send us your photos. Let’s get the message out there. Sepsis kills more than 37,000 people each year so help us raise awareness!!! Contact for further details or to order a t-shirt. #stopsepsisnow Text FEAT00 £5 to 70070

NEW SEPSIS Learning Tool being developed

CALLING ALL MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS within the FEAT community…..We have been asked to share this short survey in relation to a film which has been produced to help raise awareness about the dangers of sepsis. The film contains life-like scenarios to help healthcare professionals to identify sepsis correctly in patients. As an interactive film, the film… Read more »

FEATURES Award Winner presents at Houses of Parliament

2015 FEATURES Award winner, Dr Carrie Duckworth, took a poster highlighting her research work to the Houses of Parliament in London recently. Her poster, titled “Modelling intestinal inflammation using “mini-guts””, was part of a competition called Set for Britain. She flew the flag for FEAT highlighting her important research into bowel diseases and sepsis. Photo… Read more »